HVAC

Homeowner and Central employee discussing a furnace

It’s August! Why think now about your home’s heating system?

Yes, it’s been another hot summer. We sure are grateful for those times when we can be in a nicely cooled inside space. Winter seems so far away, doesn’t it? Or, maybe not. Next month is September, and we all know how that month can bring us night-time temperatures that call for a bit of …

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The Best Thermostat: Carrier Cor

The Best Thermostat

When you wake up in the morning the bedroom seems to be freezing cold. When you’re leaving for work the hallway seems to be an inviting pathway of warm breeze. The living room is chilly in the evening…but when you go to bed you rip the covers off like it’s the middle of the summer. …

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Central Cooling technician walking to his work van parked in the driveway of a priority service plan customer

Routine HVAC Maintenance: Savings from Every Angle

You know what changing the oil, and scheduling periodic tune-ups, does to extend the life of your vehicle…but did you know that the same is true for your heating and cooling system? Regular maintenance by a Central Cooling & Heating technician is the key to optimum efficiency and extended trouble-free operation. Here are a few …

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Snow Covered House

Avoid a Spring Disaster

Freeze-proof your A/C lines before the harshest winter days and nights. The cold is finally settling in and winter is (almost) upon us. Each day the wind chill increases we become more and more grateful for our home heat. However, as our HVAC equipment is quietly keeping us comfortable during the most frigid months there …

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Outdoor Furniture

Some Ideas for Smart and Safe Concealment of Outdoor A/C Units

You already know: a “complete home” is balance of comfort, practicality, and aesthetic appeal. This is as true for your home’s heating, cooling and air quality system as it is for your furnishings and decor. Coordinating the efficiency, price, and place within your home for an HVAC system is a delicate and sometimes tedious process. …

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Carrier Unit

What’s the best heating choice for your home?

Consumers Digest named three Carrier® products as “Best Buys”…and it just so happens that these are three products we often recommend to our customers. Consumer Digest’s three “Best Buys” were: Carrier’s Infinity 20 SEER heat pump Carrier’s Infinity 16 SEER air conditioner/heat pump Carrier’s Infinity variable-speed gas furnace The Carrier Infinity 20 variable speed heat pump with …

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Man doing maintenance on a Carrier unit

Confusing HVAC Terms, Part 1: “Heat Pumps” and “HSPF.”

If your home’s furnace or heat pump is more that 12 years old, you may have given thought to replacing it with a high-efficiency model. It makes good sense: today’s new units use far less gas than anything older than a decade, and Mass Save rebates to replace equipment older than 12 years are as …

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Replace or Repair

Replace or Repair?

The upcoming winter can be a burdensome load for your home’s heating system. Is yours up to the task? For a homeowner who doesn’t happen to work in our industry, it can be hard to tell if their system is running efficiently — or headed for an inopportune breakdown. Our customers constantly ask us: “Should …

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Vast landscape outdoors

A Win-Win Situation: Decrease Your Energy Costs AND Your Carbon Footprint

Energy costs are on everyone’s mind these days. Gas, oil and electric utility bills can be a heavy burden to bear — but not an unavoidable one! The staff at Central Cooling & Heating can offer real energy saving solutions, such as: replacing your existing system with higher-efficiency equipment installing systems that employ greener and renewable …

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